Today, discussion meetings continue to serve as the driving force for the development of the SGI’s movement for world peace, based on the conviction that kosen-rufu begins with heart-to-heart dialogue.
Thomas Edison, the Great Inventor (Part 1 of 2)
Spread Your Wings Toward the Future (Part 3 of 3)
An introduction and determination by Olivia Saito, the newly appointed SGI-USA young women’s leader.
Hideki Vail shares what she learned from 57 years of Buddhist practice.
The 2016 Introductory Exam will be offered in October for SGI-USA members to strengthen their faith, practice and study of Buddhism.
Across the country, 340 young women join the young women's training group.
On the SGI tradition of discussion meetings.
“Discussion meetings, which are a microcosm of the Soka Gakkai, must therefore abound with experiences of members gaining great benefit through faith.”
“There Is No Destiny That We Cannot Change”
How To Experience A Breakthrough Practice
“Chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo Even Once Contains Limitless Benefit”
What does it mean to use the strategy of the Lotus Sutra?
Day of Mentor and Disciple
What Are The July Youth Discussion Meetings?
Why Chant Out Loud?
The Loneliness Epidemic: A Buddhist Perspective
How to Enshrine the Gohonzon and Care for Your Buddhist Altar
Why do I need the Gohonzon?